Toilet Paper Roll
Toilet-paper.jpg

Origin

Creator: Unknown / User: Michigan teenagers

Type

Toilet Paper Roll

Effects

Endless supply of paper that will wrap around anything the user wants

Downsides

Sometimes wraps things by itself

Activation

Always active

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Aradia-027T

Aisle

546360-3848

Shelf

876451-4935-375

Date of Collection

October 31, 1978

[Source]


Origins[edit | edit source]

In 1978 a group of teenagers terrorized a small town in Michigan by T.P.ing entire neighborhoods a night, for weeks on end. When the teens were finally caught (thanks to one of the kids tripping and landing inside a backyard pool, causing a large ruckus that alerted the homeowners), police were surprised to find out that between the five kids, there was only one roll of toilet paper among them.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Warehouse Agents apprehended the roll when the evidence locker maintenance crew was found bound from head to toe in bath tissue the night after the toilet paper was taken from the kids as evidence. They testified (rather insanely in the eyes of those who didn't know better) that the paper came out of nowhere and attacked them.

Effects[edit | edit source]

An odd artifact, but extremely effective. The roll has an endless supply of paper, which will cover anything in the stuff at the command of its holder or on the whim of the roll itself. Since its collection, it was not uncommon for Agents to use it to wrap themselves in paper, hide in a conveniently placed crate, and scare the crap out of anyone who happened upon them. Just make sure it doesn't wrap too tightly.

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